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[audio]Using New Media to Win Racial & Gender Justice
From workshop at US Social Forum 2010 hosted by Feministing and Colorlines
Keywords: Racial Justice; USSF
Downloads: 14
[audio]State of the Dream 2012_between the lines_WPKN
State of the Dream 2012 co-author Dedrick Muhammad discusses the report on WPKN radio's "Between the Lines."
Keywords: economy; inequality; racial justice
Downloads: 33
[audio]Talk Back: State of the Dream 2012
Wanjiku Mwangi & Tim Sullivan discuss State of the Dream 2012: The Emerging Majority on WBAI's Talk Back! with Hugh Hamilton.
Keywords: economy; inequality; racial justice
Downloads: 29
[audio]Talk Back: State of the Dream 2012_2
Clip 2 of 2 â State of the Dream 2012 co-authors, Wanjiku Mwangi and Tim Sullivan on Talk Back! with Hugh Hamilton.
Keywords: economy; inequality; racial justice
Downloads: 15
[audio]Rachel Krinsky
Racial Justice In Madison
Keywords: Rachel Krinsky; Koby; Racial Justice
Downloads: 11
[audio]The Compact for Racial Justice - The Injustice System
Originally aired 11/2011 http://www.arc.org/facingrace From Facing Race 2008's Plenary 3, held on Saturday, November 15. The Compact for Racial Justice offers concrete strategies and policy proposals to reverse racial disparities and move our society towards full equity, inclusion and dignity for all people. The Compact transcends talk of personal prejudice with compelling evidence of institutional racism and realistic proactive solutions...
Keywords: The Compact for Racial Justice; applied research center 2008; facing race; racial justice; civil rights
Downloads: 5
[movies]Liberty News TV--Episode 31--August 2007 rev1
PROGRESSIVES UNITE? The Backbone Campaign has a big idea: Bring progressives together under one tent--a big tent of social justice, gender equality issues, racial issues, indigenous rights etc. Can it work? Can these narrowly focused activists learn to trust eachother? Find out, in this exclusive documentary of the first ever Progressive Cabinet Summit this summer. You'll see how even strong willed people can work together.
Keywords: progressives; politics; Backbone Campaign; Code Pink; gender; racial justice; activism
Downloads: 55
[audio]Rag Radio 2013-06-21 - Author and Labor/Social Justice Activist Bill Fletcher Jr. - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Bill Fletcher Jr. is a Senior Scholar with the Institute for Policy Sudies, an editorial board member and columnist for BlackCommentator.com, and past president of TransAfrica Forum. A graduate of Harvard University, Fletcher is a longtime labor and racial justice activist and an international solidarity leader. After graduating from college, he went to work as a welder in a shipyard and has worked for several labor unions and served as a senior staffer for the national AFL-CIO...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Bill Fletcher Jr; Thorne Dreyer; African-American; Labor Activist; Racial Justice
Downloads: 41
[audio]LE5-18-08 - Jerry Mead-Lucero
This is the full 5-18-08 episode of the Labor Express Radio program. This episode focuses on the presentation at the 2008 Labor Notes Conference, by the New Orleans Worker’s Center for Racial Justice, featuring a number of the Indian migrant workers, employees of Signal International in Mississippi, who endured a form a form debt peonage to this major U.S. marine construction company. The situation of the Signal workers is one of the most powerful indictments of the H2B guest worker program ye...
Keywords: labor; justice; rights; worker; guest worker; immigrant; india; indian; Signal; Gulf Coast; New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice; Saket Soni; Labor Notes
Downloads: 33
[audio]U.S. Police As Judge, Jury, and Executioners of Black People - Netfa Freeman
We've all heard of the Treyvon Martin case but there is a human rights crisis confronting Black people in the United States. A report by the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement reveals that, since January 1, 2012, police and a much smaller number of security guards and self-appointed vigilantes have murdered at least 110 Black women and men and that one Black person every 40 hours was executed. This audio mix of music, facts and commentary features an interview by Voices With Vision's Netfa Freeman wi...
Keywords: Policy brutality; Malcolm X Grassroots Movement; Report on the Extrajudicial Killing; Jasiri X; Riot; Voices With Vision; Nishuan Battle; Ajamu Baraka; Kali Akuno; Arlene Eisen; National Alliance for Racial Justice and Human Rights; (NARJHR)
Downloads: 83
[audio]The Marrow of Tradition - Charles Waddell Chesnutt
LibriVox recording of The Marrow of Tradition, by Charles Waddell Chesnutt. Read by James K. White. In The Marrow of Tradition, Charles W. Chesnutt--using the 1898 Wilmington, North Carolina massacre as a backdrop--probes and exposes the raw nerves and internal machinery of racism in the post-Reconstruction-era South; explores how miscegenation, caste, gender and the idea of white supremacy informed Jim Crow laws; and unflinchingly revisits the most brutal of terror tactics, mob lynchings...
Keywords: LibriVox; audiobook; fiction; historical fiction; segregation; racism; post-Civil War South; Post-Civil War Southern literature; Afro-American fiction; color line; racial injustice; racial slaughter; racial justice; Wilmington, NC; Wilmington race riot of 1898
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[audio]2014 12 10 Uprising - Sonali Kolhatkar and Bipasha Shom
Daily Digest 12102014
Keywords: Arun Gupta; John A. Powell; Police Brutality; Extrajudicial execution of black men; Structural Racism; Racial Justice; Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society; Racing to Justice: Transforming Our Conceptions of Self and Other to Build an Inclusive Society
Downloads: 13
[audio]Insight: Budget Analysis / Community to Classroom / Obama / Sacred Geometry
Budget Analysis - California's budget is about $20 billion in deficit and more big cuts are expected. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger talked about some of his ideas for balancing the budget last week. Which cuts make the most sense? Which are most likely to happen? And what other options might California pursue? Today on Insight, we'll talk about all of this with Sacramento Bee columnist Dan Morain...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; California budget analysis; Dan Morain, Sacramento Bee columnist; From the Community to the Classroom; racial justice documentary film; Davis High School filmmakers; Inside Obama's Brain; Sasha Abramsky; sacred geometry in art; Jonathan Quintin
Downloads: 108
[audio]People United 2014-09-19 - Allan Campbell
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United presents a talk on the book ¡Presente! Latin@ Immigrant Voices in the Struggle for Racial Justice / Voces de Inmigrantes Latin@s en la Lucha por la Justicia Racial by Cristina Tzintzún and Carlos Pérez de Alejo, who edited the volume with Arnulfo Manríquez, and also by María Duque, one of the contributing writers.  They spoke at Resistencia Bookstore in Austin, Texas, on June 19, 2014.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Cristina Tzintzún; Carlos Pérez de Alejo; María Duque; Presente; Latin@ Immigrant Voices in the Struggle for Racial Justice; Voces de Inmigrantes Latin@s en la Lucha por la Justicia Racial; Ivette Meléndez; Arnulfo Manríquez; AK Press; Spanish; English; dual language; Workers Defense Project; WDP; Proyecto Defensa Laboral; PDL; Cooperation Texas; United States; Mexico; El Salvador; North America; Central America; South America; Latin America; Latino; Latina; Hispanic; immigrant; immigration; government; civil society; community; family; documented; undocumented; labor; worker; militarization; criminalization; law enforcement; deportation; neoliberalism; capitalism; racism; xenophobia; discrimination; news media; framing; ideology; economy; democracy; cooperative; reform; policy; legislation; rights; protest; activism; organizing; struggle; movement; immigrant justice; social justice; economic justice; racial justice; global justice; analysis; narrative; experience; testimony; current events
Downloads: 6
[audio]People United - April 13, 2012 - Allan Campbell
Episode features Rinku Sen on creating spaces of belonging in the pursuit of racial justice. She is the president and executive director of the Applied Research Center and the publisher of Colorlines.com. She spoke at St James' Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas, on March 1, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Rinku Sen; Applied Research Center; Colorlines; Stir It Up; Lessons in Community Organizing; The Accidental American; Immigration and Citizenship in the Age of Globalization; race; racial justice; racial equity; social justice; economic justice; people of color; immigrants; immigration; citizen; citizenship; class; labor; gender; sexual orientation; whiteness; white; privilege; oppression; resistance; liberation; activism; struggle; service industry; restaurant industry; government; legislation; public policy; stereotypes; political frame; framing; coalition; alliance; movement; work; current events
Downloads: 11
[audio]People United - October 5, 2012 - Allan Campbell
Episode features social historian George Lipsitz on power, expert knowledge, and the case for Asian American studies. He spoke at the University of Texas at Austin on September 6, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; George Lipsitz; Black Studies; University of California; Santa Barbara; American Studies; Asian American Studies; Center for Asian American Studies; University of Texas at Austin; ethnic studies; Asian American; ethnic minorities; racial minorities; people of color; affirmative action; academy; university; campus; prison; privilege; subordination; knowledge; epistemology; pedagogy; experience; radio; historiography; partiality; totality; particularity; universality; discipline; interdisciplinary; culture; society; history; empire; immigrant; immigration; ethnic; ethnicity; race; racial; racism; women; gender; sexism; patriachy; heteropatriachy; class; socio-economic; capitalism; neoliberalism; market; credential; expert; situated; knowledge; power; critique; struggle; activism; social movement; social justice; racial justice; oppression; resistance; hierarchy; collective; identity; identification; politics; history; current events
Downloads: 29
[audio]People United - January 4, 2013 - Allan Campbell
Episode presents Jen Waller and Tom Hintze of Less Wall More Street in a discussion with local residents about political repression and everyday acts of police violence. They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on August 26, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; community radio; Jen Waller; Tom Hintze; Less Wall More Street; political repression; state repression; police repression; police violence; police brutality; civil rights; civil liberties; activists; activism; protest; free speech; communities of color; low-income communities; poor communities; at-risk communities; urban communities; urban life; blacks; African Americans; Latinos; Hispanics; race; ethnicity; income; class; gender; class privilege; white privilege; Occupy Wall Street; OWS; Occupy Movement; Occupy Boston; Occupy Austin; East Austin; Master Plan; segregation; gentrification; Texas; United States; social justice; racial justice; economic justice; history; current events
Downloads: 30
[audio]People United - December 7, 2012 - Allan Campbell
Episode presents coverage of the Transcultural Poetry Reading at the ninth annual Women and Fair Trade Festival, featuring Liliana Valenzuela, Monica Teresa Ortiz, Kelsey Erin Shipman, Ire'ne Lara Silva, Nadine Saliba, Celeste Guzman Mendoza, and Natalie Goodnow. They performed under the gazebo behind the Old School in Austin, Texas, on December 2, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Transcultural Poetry Reading; Women and Fair Trade Festival; Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera; Austin So Close to the Border; poetry; reading; performance; literature; Liliana Valenzuela; Monica Teresa Ortiz; Kelsey Erin Shipman; Ire'ne Lara Silva; Nadine Saliba; Celeste Guzman Mendoza; Natalie Goodnow; gender; race; indigenous; nationality; feminism; intersectionality; women of color; people of color; religion; art; gender justice; patriarchy; heterosexism; heteropatriarchy; white supremacy; captalism; racial justice; economic justice; social justice; cultural; multicultural; transcultural; history; current events
Downloads: 24
[audio]People United - January 25, 2013 - Allan Campbell
Episode features community activists Jane and Gilbert Rivera on their book Austin's Rosewood Neighborhood, examining the historically African American neighborhood on the east side of Austin, Texas. They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin's North Loop neighborhood on December 12, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; community radio; East Austin; Rosewood; neighborhood; Jane Rivera; Jane H Rivera; Gilbert Rivera; Gilberto Rivera; Gilberto C Rivera; Malignant Neglect; Austin's Rosewood Neighborhood; urban; geography; segregation; gentrification; race; class; ethnicity; IH-35; Master Plan; African American; Hispanic; Latino; Latin; Chicano; Mexican American; Austin City Council; geographic representation; single-member districts; at-large system; gentlemen's agreement; Mejitas; Blackland; Bo McCarver; Juarez Lincoln University; East Austin Chicano Economic Development Corporation; Brown Berets; Susana Almanza; Sylvia Herrera; Paul Hernandez; Maria Limon; Velma Roberts; The Day the Klan Marched; We Will Always Be Here; CAMILA; Chicanos Against Military Intervention in Latin America; PODER; People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources; community; neighborhood; city; social justice; racial justice; economic justice; struggle; protest; social movement; history; current events
Downloads: 43
[audio]People United - November 2, 2012 - Allan Campbell
Episode features Patrick Michels of _The Texas Observer_ and Angela Valenzuela and Patricia Lopez of the Texas Center for Education Policy on high-stakes testing in Texas public schools. They spoke at 5604 Manor in Austin, Texas, on August 12, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Patrick Michels; The Texas Observer; Angela Valenzuela; Patricia Lopez; Texas Center for Education Policy; University of Texas at Austin; high-stakes testing; Texas; State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness; STAAR; Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills; TAKS; Texas Assessment of Academic Skills; TAAS; Texas State Legislature; legislative session; No Child Left Behind; George W Bush; public schools; public education; public sector; private sector; private contractors; corporate interests; education reform; accountability; framing; ideology; whiteness; people of color; minorities; blacks; African Americans; Hispanics; Latinos; civil rights; race; class; income; rich; poor; students; school districts; litigation; lobbying; activism; social justice; racial justice; economic justice; education policy; public policy; history; current events
Downloads: 13
[audio]People United - March 30, 2012 - Allan Campbell
Episode features Los Angeles high-school teacher Sarah Knopp on the issues raised in her book _Education and Capitalism: Struggles for Learning and Liberation_, co-edited with Jeff Bale. She spoke at the University of Texas at Austin on March 24, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; Sarah Knopp; Education and Capitalism; Struggles for Learning and Liberation; public education; public schools; Los Angeles; CA; California; United States; Los Angeles Unified School District; United Teachers Los Angeles; Snehal Shingavi; International Socialist Organization; University of Texas at Austin; area studies; ethnic studies; gender studies; women's studies; budget cuts; Save Texas Schools; charter schools; Idea Charter School; activism; activist; struggle; learning modalities; personality traits; critical thinking; pedagogy; social inequality; social justice; race; racism; racial justice; economic inequality; economic justice; austerity; neoliberalism; social democracy; grassroots organizing; taxation; public funding; teachers; labor; unions; public sector; private sector; free market; capitalism; Paulo Freire; Dan Patrick; Lew Blackburn; current events
Downloads: 27
[audio]People United 2013 Mar 22 - Allan Campbell
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation with PODER Director Susana Almanza and former Texas State Sen. Gonzalo Barrientos about politics and social movements in Austin with reference to the legacy of the late civil-rights and labor leader Cesar Chavez. They spoke in the KOOP Studio on March 14, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Susana Almanza; People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources; PODER; Gonzalo Barrientos; Texas State Legislature; Texas State Senate; Texas State House; Cesar Chavez; United Farm Workers; Cesar Chavez March; East Austin; labor; worker; union; unionize; agriculture; agricultural; migrant; immigrant; immigration; industry; business; agribusiness; rural; urban; race; ethnicity; racism; white supremacy; class; capitalism; community; communities; organizing; activism; social movements; politics; right to organize; civil rights; voting rights; voter participation; Martin Luther King; minorities; people of color; Latin; Latino; Chicano; Hispanic; Mexican American; African American; Austin City Council; at-large system; geographic representation; single-member districts; gentlemen's agreement; 10-1 plan; Economy Furniture; strike; boycott; protest; segregation; gentrification; taxes; affordable housing; environmental justice; economic justice; racial justice; social justice; history; current events
Downloads: 26
[audio]People United 2014-10-24 - Allan Campbell
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United presents the first in a two-part episode featuring coverage of the Travis County Democratic Party's public forum about the controversial participation of the Travis County Sheriff's Office in the US Immigration and Custom Enforcement's Secure Communities program, an event moderated by the party's political director, Kristian Caballero, with six panelists, Sheriff Greg Hamilton and Major Darren Long from the Sheriff's Office, Satinder Singh of the ACLU ...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Travis County; Travis County Democratic Party; Kristian Caballero; Immigration and Customs Enforcement; ICE; Secure Communities; S-Comm; Travis County Sheriff's Office; Greg Hamilton; Darren Long; Grassroots Leadership; Bob Libal; Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition; AIRC; Alejandro Caceres; American Civil Liberties Union; Texas Civil Liberties Union; ACLU of Texas; Satinder Singh; Texas Civil Rights Project; Amelia Ruiz Fischer; Amelia Fischer; Austin City Council; Austin Police Department; APD; Art Acevedo; United States; George W Bush; Barack Obama; Department of Homeland Security; DHS; Federal Bureau of Investigation; FBI; federal; state; county; local; arrest; detain; detainer; deport; cost; budget; tax burden; resident; citizen; immigrant; documented; undocumented; family; compensation; resources; legal options; public safety; probable cause; reasonable suspicion; racial profiling; discrimination; civil rights; due process; constitutionality; immigrant justice; racial justice; social justice; current events
Downloads: 9
[audio]People United 2013 Mar 29 - Allan Campbell
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features activists Gilbert Rivera and Susana Almanza on the purpose and legacy of the Brown Berets in Austin, Texas.  They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin on March 27, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Gilbert Rivera; Susana Almanza; Brown Berets; East Austin; David Montejano; Sancho's Journal; Exploring the Political Edge with the Brown Berets; Mexican American Youth Organization; MAYO; La Raza Unida Party; police brutality; Austin Police Department; Bob Miles; El Centro Chicano; Chicano; Chicana; Mexican American; Latin; Latino; Latina; Hispanic; African American; black; ethnicity; race; racism; white supremacy; class; capitalism; Economy Furniture strike; Imagine Austin; Master Plan; barrio; gentrification; land rights; affordable housing; displacement; demolition; preservation; Chicano Park; Rainey Street; historic district; real estate; property taxes; enviromental justice; civil rights; economic justice; racial justice; social justice; urban issues; grassroots; struggle; protest; nonviolent; nonviolence; community; organizing; programs; education; alliance; coalition; youth movement; social movement; Chicano movement; Carnales Inc; Chicanos Against Military Intervention in Latin America; CAMILA; People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources; PODER; history; current events
Downloads: 39
[audio]People United 2013 Sep 27 - Allan Campbell
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features media scholar Deepa Kumar on constructing the Muslim enemy.  She spoke at the University of Texas at Austin on September 12, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Deepa Kumar; Media Studies; Middle Eastern Studies; Rutgers University; Outside the Box; Corporate Media Globalization and the UPS Strike; Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire; University of Texas at Austin; Center for Asian American Studies; West; Europe; East; Middle East; Near East; South Asia; North Africa; South Africa; Ottoman Empire; Turkey; Afghanistan; Pakistan; Soviet Union; Egypt; Iran; Israel; Spain; United States; United Nations; Vatican; politics; political; empire; imperial; Islamophobia; Islamophobic; Muslim; Islam; Jew; Jewish; Judaism; Christian; Christianity; Hindu; Asian; Arab; African; European; Native; American; black; white; whiteness; otherness; indigenous; people of color; representation; ideology; construction; framing; narrative; myth; stereotype; discourse; Orientalism; Eurocentrism; Clash of Civilizations; The White Man's Burden; ethnicity; nationality; nationalism; women; gender; patriarchy; paternalism; race; racism; conquest; colonial; colonialism; colonization; occupation; apartheid; enemy; adversary; petroleum; oil; energy; resources; xenophobia; religion; conversion; persecution; media; film; cinema; television; Hollywood; Washington; campaign; propaganda; news; Crusades; Mujahideen; Al-Qaeda; 9/11; Boston; Oklahoma City; Arab Spring; profiling; scapegoating; terrorism; terrorist; terror; victim; fear; ritual; indoctrination; state; white supremacy; white supremacist; militia; military; war; peace; oppression; liberation; social justice; racial justice; feminism; self-determination; human rights; activism; struggle; movement; history; current events
Downloads: 32
[audio]People United 2013 Apr 26 - Allan Campbell
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation about the work, life imprisonment and longtime solitary confinement of US political prisoner Russell Maroon Shoatz with Theresa Shoatz, his daughter, and Quincy Saul, the editor (with Fred Ho) of the book Maroon the Implacable: The Collected Writings of Russell Maroon Shoatz.  They spoke at the KOOP Studio on April 18, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Theresa Shoatz; Theresa Shoats; Quincy Saul; Russell Shoatz; Russell Shoats; Maroon; Russell Maroon Shoatz; Russell Maroon Shoats; Russell Melvin Shoats; Maroon the Implacable; The Collected Writings of Russell Maroon Shoatz; Fred Ho; Kanya D'Almeida; Scientific Soul Sessions; Pennsylvania Association of Lifers; PAL; prison; imprisonment; solitary confinement; torture; human rights; United Nations; UN Commission on Human Rights; UN Special Rapporteur on Torture; Juan E Méndez; Juan Méndez; American Civil Liberties Union; Americans with Disabilities Act; ADA; civil rights; race; racism; capitalism; criminal justice; police brutality; urban; residents; neighborhoods; people of color; communities of color; black; African American; community; Philadelphia; Pennsylvania; Philadelphia Police Department; Frank Rizzo; W Wilson Goode; Black Unity Council; Black Panther Party; Mumia Abu-Jamal; The Move; Leonard Peltier; Angola 3; Angola Three; Malcolm X; Martin Luther King Jr; black freedom struggle; abolition; racial justice; social justice; economic justice; environmental justice; political prisoner; generation; generational; youth; activism; organizing; education; movement; ideology; the state; media; history; current events
Downloads: 15
[audio]People United 2014-10-31 - Allan Campbell
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United presents the second in a two-part episode featuring coverage of the Travis County Democratic Party's public forum about the controversial participation of the Travis County Sheriff's Office in the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Secure Communities program, this time with the audience directing questions and comments at the six panelists, Sheriff Greg Hamilton and Major Darren Long from the Sheriff's Office, Satinder Singh of the ACLU of Texas,...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Travis County; Travis County Democratic Party; Kristian Caballero; Vincent Harding; Jan Soifer; Immigration and Customs Enforcement; ICE; Secure Communities; S-Comm; Travis County Sheriff's Office; Greg Hamilton; Darren Long; Grassroots Leadership; Bob Libal; Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition; AIRC; Alejandro Caceres; American Civil Liberties Union; Texas Civil Liberties Union; ACLU of Texas; Satinder Singh; Texas Civil Rights Project; Amelia Ruiz Fischer; Amelia Fischer; Austin City Council; Austin Police Department; APD; Art Acevedo; La Raza Roundtable; La Raza Round Table; Susana Almanza; United States; George W Bush; Barack Obama; Department of Homeland Security; DHS; Federal Bureau of Investigation; FBI; federal; state; county; local; arrest; detain; detainer; deport; cost; budget; resident; citizen; immigrant; documented; undocumented; family; compensation; resources; public safety; probable cause; reasonable suspicion; race; ethnicity; nationality; demographics; people of color; black; African; American American; Asian; Hispanic; Latin; Latino; Latina; discrimination; civil rights; due process; constitutionality; immigrant justice; racial justice; social justice; human rights; current events
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